Bob The Builder

Following Clues (Pt. 2)

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Muck & the Old School Wall - Spud and Scrambler are still searching for the Golden Hammer. When they see school teacher Ela's class practicing their Chinese dragon dance in costume, they think the dragon is real. They decide to follow it in hopes of locating the Golden Hammer. Meanwhile, Bob and the team have been tasked with fixing the old school wall. Muck notices an interesting picture on the wall when Lofty demolishes it. Muck and the team manage to restore and uncover a picture of a dragon on the school wall. Spud and Scrambler finally return and on seeing the restored dragon picture on the wall, they follow the direction of the dragon's tongue to a loose brick, another red box and another clue. This time it's a trapezoid on the end of a line; but what does it mean? Scoop's Big Job - Following the latest clue - a trapezoid with a line extending from it Spud and Scrambler start their search at Fixham lighthouse. Bob and the team are also called to a restoration job at Fixham Lighthouse. As there are a lot of big jobs to do, Scoop insists that he can do all the jobs without any help. After a series of accidents, Scoop realizes that he needs to slow down and that others can be a great help with the big jobs. Meanwhile, Spud has managed to switch on the lighthouse lamp and the picture of the clue is actually a bucket at the end of a chain. Spud and Scrambler pull the chain and bucket up from the well where they find another red box and another clue - some sort of box or cube. What does this mean?
 

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